Parasite-Parasite Interactions in the Wild: How To Detect Them?

Abstract : Inter-specific interactions between parasites impact on parasite intra-host dynamics, host health, and disease management. Identifying and understanding interaction mechanisms in the wild is crucial for wildlife disease management. It is however complex because several scales are interlaced. Parasite– parasite interactions are likely to occur via mechanisms at the within-host level, but also at upper levels (host population and community). Furthermore, interactions occurring at one level of organization spread to upper levels through cascade effects. Even if cascade effects are important confounding factors, we argue that we can also benefit from them because upper scales often provide a way to survey a wider range of parasites at lower cost. New protocols and theoretical studies (especially across scales) are necessary to take advantage of this opportunity.
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Trends in Parasitology, Elsevier, 2015
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Eléonore Hellard, David Fouchet, Fabrice Vavre, Dominique Pontier. Parasite-Parasite Interactions in the Wild: How To Detect Them?. Trends in Parasitology, Elsevier, 2015. 〈hal-01227711〉

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